Jewelry AND Ethics

Diamond, Gem and Precious Metal Mining Can Cause Damage

 "Everything that we need for our survival and well-being depends, either directly or indirectly, on our natural environment.Sustainability creates and maintains the conditions under which humans and nature can exist in productive harmony, that permit fulfilling the social, economic and other requirements of present and future generations.”

- Environmental Protection Agency 

So says the EPA, but recycling, also of metals, is another consideration.

Diamonds Are Carbon...

Imagine that, unlike generations before, diamonds were part of a trade that destroyed people, families and entire countries, you could acquire the stone from a localized manufacturing process that used carbon emissions and costed half the price. Certified manufactured diamonds are graded to the same specifications as mined diamonds and accompanied by Diamond Grading Reports from leading independent laboratories such as the International Gemological Institute (IGI).These certificates are identical to mined diamond certificates including grading of the 4C’s along with full disclosure of the grown diamond origin. 

ALL Jewelry Is Now Sustainable!

Besides, manufactured diamonds are available in both white and fancy colors; perfect for those who seek a truly beautiful and socially responsible diamond of the highest quality, purity and rarity.  

As you learn more about CJD, You'll find that, with your permission, we will try to acquire your precious gems, metals and other components from the most ecologically focused, people protecting and empowering, fair-traded and certified sources on Earth.


Man made diamonds are lab grown and, like a diamond from the earth, they are brilliant pure carbon.

No longer are mined diamonds the only choice for engagement rings and fine jewelry. Eco/ethical concerns, coupled with technology advances, have made alternatives not just acceptable, but preferred and affordable. Our man made diamonds (sometimes also called lab-created or synthetic) are now, for all practical purposes, identical to mined diamonds in their physical and optical properties.  Ask about our certified, branded, conflict-free and eco friendly offerings.

World, Continent, Country, City & Village

Hundreds of ethical, sustainable, fair trade and ecologically brands that comprise groups or families or villages or designers that work with our E-S-F-E focus are, like us, creating with the future of people and the place they live in mind. From the US and South America, Rwanda, Philippine, Uganda, Mozambique, Kenya, Peru, Bolivia, Africa, Laos, India, Ethiopia, Kenya, Cambodia, Pakistan, Afganistan, Syrian, Indonesia, Thailand, Guatemala, Vietnam, Australia, Ecuador....World Wide.

See Our E-S-F-E Line

Like, these ethically focused brands, we're moving to help sustainable jewelry thrive...See US HERE! Earthwise, Ten Thousand Villages, Soko, Slate Salt, Bario Neal, Nisolo, Purpose, Raven Lily, 31 Bits, The Giving Keys, Good Cloth, The Brave Collection, Yumajai, Article 22, Same Sky, Rose Fitzgerald, Akola, Indego Africa, Faire Collection, Free People, Olivia Diego, The Shine Project, Half United, Ekata Designs, Noonday Collection, Kurandza, Zefyr Eco, Mettle, Harper and Hudson, Starfish Project, Misuzi, Cred,One Happy Leaf, YCL, Kaleidoscope Global,  Tilly, A Silver Circle, Alexa Milne, Ingle Rhode, Far Wide, Jimanji, Refuge, Rings Stones, Cred, Leju, Manumit, Beau Coco, Cocoart, Ethnic Supplies, Hovey Lee, Just Trade, Leblas, Purple Label, Joanna Cave, Kasuri, Linnie Mclarty, Ute Decker, Kayoo, Caipora, Kokku, Luna Tree, Savannah Chic, Ethica, Evoke Africa, Oria, September Rose, Maha Mala, Amalena, Birdsong London, So Just Shop, Eco 925, Tuli, Sarah Zentz, Shakti Ellenwood,